What will coaching do for me?

It’s a question that has come up often in the years since I began my coaching practice.  It’s one that can’t be answered simply.  A good coach will tailor the session to meet your needs at the time you meet with them.

I’m writing this after having a session with my coach.  What did I gain from it?

  • An opportunity to talk through the thoughts that have been churning through my head.
  • I was challenged on my beliefs and my thinking.
  • I was stretched.  Elaine had me thinking about things I would have put away for later consideration or avoided addressing.
  • I have come away feeling calmer
  • With a new sense of purpose and direction
  • I’m ready to take action
  • I have made choices
  • My thinking is clearer
  • I have a feeling of peace

All this and at no time did Elaine tell me what to do.  Which is a good job really as I have long acknowledged my inner rebellious teenager.

There are many benefits from coaching.  I know that after my next session I will feel differently and the benefits list is likely to contain different answers.

How will you know what coaching can do for you? Be coached.


About Clare Wildman

Life coaching from Lincolnshire. Having moved from Milton Keynes I'm now based between Boston and New York, in the UK. Looking forward to welcoming clients to the new coaching room and having the option for walking as we talk or taking advantage of sunny days in the garden.